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SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
SHIPPING. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.-MrAY 19. Ansdell barque, 99:1, Bahnes, from Sydnoy; J. C. Ellis, agent Loebhnw burque, 227, Brown, from Sydney ; J. C. fllis, agent -uismon olip, 795, Colville, from Lyttleton; I. 13. Wallace, agent
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
SHIPPING. HIP -U-D O? CAPTAIN . COLVILL" , will not be reep fOilO ror any1 DeotA 0ontracted b" any of1 bi. q e ,in this port? wth5ou los written Ar , .: . " ? .';', ? ': , .[Ag'ont.ua I CAPTAIN: N- MRITOHIE, wi not he responsible for *,Dobt Aontraetel by any. o1f lhi Crow whiluihi tis po. nithot his written antiori BoGIEn E wAITE nih CO, S r . *,... ,?),,?, Agoiits. The .LBOURNe ,STEAMl HIPr .CO-.. eANY wsilt dispatch the Steamshipso ,? Salonreurn.YA . £X 15DON DANDENONG, BA.RRABOOL AuY from Newonatle for Sydney and' thelL. Goornniconeed to~ an fro d.. e rm Sydney lot l erisb tne ot fod ar d ordo u cory ALTERNAT oFRIDAY.u 'go "s' p ' " bl" Stealon.'b ' '1"? . '. d ' . ,. 7s.~ 6d.,: , Fersa to.lboloorne y ofthe saloons return . ... . .? R LSI T. 0 A l. te, oingle . .. . 3. . 0.5 Retotrn Tioketo' availablo for. TwoI=onthsa:r SGoods .conveyed to an4 freon Sydney 'at~r Thisoemlpatey imndertale? to' fdrward 'goods ?p country, ?freight nou .snbh golda 'payabidu ?fPmas~engorosoi ano rgo ho...
DEPARTURES.—MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
DRPARTUIIES.-SIAT 19. Silver Eagle. Richard, for Shanghai with 742 tans coal J.Reid, agent oElhln Malcelm barqe, Kirby, for Melbournr, with 490 tons coal J. C. Dibbs, agent Niagara barque. Rose, for Adelaide with 500 tons coal. G. Hleowioa, agent Exonia schooner, Dent, tor Adelaide with 270 ton~s eoal 0. llewoiaen, ag~ent Bleagal barqe, tinnaell for Adelaide with 480 tons coal G, Heelaon, agent Rbia Hnd brig, Paton, for Wellington with 50lton coal Captain Willia tos, agent Aileiphoi barque, Gre,,ory, for Lytteltno swith 548 lons coal Jnd l Mrown, agentas o Firth af Clyde ship, Blair, far San Francisco wuith 1335 tons coal O. F. Stoke' and Co., agents Confliot shid, ardy, for San Francisco with 1150 tnnss coal Mingle, Whita & Oo.egetsll Magge hebig,, Bathe, for N~apier witbjSO03 toos coal and 30 pioces o f liardwood Captain, agent asdelino Burke'barque, James, for talebourno witlh 270 tens coal Athena harqne, Inglis, for Goalong with 650 tons coal George Howison, agent
COAL MINES' REGULATION BILL. AN ACT TO MAKE BETTER PROVISION FOR THE REGULATION OF COAL MINES AND COLLIERIES Assented to, 11th May, 1876. Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
COAL MINES' gEcULATION BILL. p's Ac-c TO IIIAKO Blcrcon Poovlo.o FOE "?TIE I?EeULATION OF CoOA- Ms1NEo AND Aoaeae to, 11th May, 1876. Preamble. - aT1 As it is expedient to make bet ter provision for the regulation and in tpeetion of Coal Mines and Colliarie: Do it therefore enaeted by the Queen's Nost Excellent ]?aejesty .by. and w.ith the"- advic and consent of thle Legilsa th ~ucland Legielatire Asoemibly tiT oeu1~th Wales in P'arliaxdent smbled end by tihe authority of the same s follows: Repeal of 26 Vie. No. 17. 1. The Act twenty-sixth Vietorie number seventeen is hereby repealed Provided that such repeal shall not -, affect anything done or suffered before ?itho comncmn of this Act and nil pi]euaitics incurred under the said re* pealed Act may be proceeded for and recovered anod apllied as if this Act had not been pa~ssd. Interpretation. 2. For tie purposes of this Act the following terms in inverted commas shall unless the context otherwise indi cate bear the meaning set agai...
HUNTER STREET GUTTERS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
HowI tn STREETa UTTEO -On Mon toy, tho 61 intuaut, tz9' rena Municil Council acc'epted ai troio'r for t~i~ ng up tlto ]icuitor-rtrect guttero on the pot th" ndd, and relaying tlmni with" Ashier" stonu's. Almoet a fortnight has elaosect sotce tirot time, and we regret to notied thoat a commencemnt has not'yetsen m'do with the work. The late rains have left a considerablet quottly of oater it the holet in tho gutters, and when a fewe daye' fine weather come, the water will become quite otagnant, and the stoench arising opposite various places of business, must cor tainly have very unhealthy offects. We hlieg the Councll'will think proper to coake some -trrangemtnt for tho work to bo done at onto.
Stoppage of the Adamstown Road. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Stoppage of tile Adarmstown Road. (IROei OUR NEW LASMBTON CORRESPONDENT). STRANGE aS it may seem to persona acquainted with this locality, all com munisation with Newcastle and the intermediate places, by way of Adams town, has been abut off. The road between here and Adamstown has been almost impassable for a long time past, swing to the increasing traffic and swampy nature of theground, but, bad as it was, it wae infinitely better than now; as people whose business leads them in that direction are beginning to find. The road, as is well known, coin menced near the New Lambton Colliery, through the swamp, along by the side of Mr. John's pinddock, from thence to Adamstown and the Glebe, and was, I am informed, surveyed as a main road more than thirty years ago, bug, wkether is was proclaimed is not rightly known. Whether it was or not, is of little importance, as it has been used by the public for .that length of time until this week, when the Waratah Coal Company have taken upon th...
Things to be Noted. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Things to be Noted. TrAT the Miners' Demonstration will take place to-day, rain or fine, and a gand performance at the Theatre to-night. Captqin's Parade, in connection with the Noeenalel Volulteer Rliflea, to-day, at St. Johiu'h; land a Special Bartd?. o. quedn'o Birthday. . . Nr, George Barr, fancy goods, glass, china, and eartlianwaro, warehouseman, has 6otitbb lis?hed a hbroplf ip Wit-strcet, NoWcastle, with a very valuaido stock. Mr. ]hlssooU, with his favqrigo sleamer Pioneer, tatouds making a steam execrsion over the waters of L~akoMacquario, on Qaeen'a Birthday. , Messrs. Jqhn Leo and Co., of High-strcot, West Maitland, announce, in our advertising columns; the arrival of some splendid goods, by direot importation, which weill be sold at very niodorate.priced.. Messrd. Jtilof~rothbers, also of Weste Mit land, announrco by the samn "mediumn, thsb'alo of (~ge'" bnkectso, flannels, mnrifoi, wmeeyrs, tweeds, troue:riogs qn0 yoptings, hats, &c., &c. Mr. George Ska...
CHANG. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
CAen.-Many of our renlaers wilt doubtless. remember the via t to Australia some three or four ynars ago, of " Chbog," the Chinen, goant, 1, lois recently beeno received into the Ilaptint Church at Shanghai, where he is now living with his English wife. It is said thalt blnog's height is 7 feet 8 inches; but his sister is eight inches taller than himnell, and the s'holo fnmily-father, mother, and four brothers-rival lum in' height. The Daily .l'elegraph observes that tho odmirahlo tone of Mr. Gladstonoos ipeech indicates that the leading liberals of the land. wnli be reody to give the Government a genorouo support in any reaonable endeavour to anneiiorstn the conditions of thu Christiann in the East. Tai Rvy. Peter Campbell is looturing in Tasmania, on " Odds and Ends.'
POETRY[?]THE HAUNTED HOUSE, OR THE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL, CHAPTER XIII (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
HAUNTED HOUSE, TIHE SHADOW AT RIVER HALL, DY M?is. 3. 1. IIIDDSLL, AUTIlOs OF A LIsa'S A'sszr, GisanO G05Tru, &c. COsArrtit XIlI (Co5TIUEDa). To this hour, I do not know how we managed to carry him into the drawing teem. I cannot imagine how our trembling hands bore that inert body out oe tho library and across the ball. It seems like a dream to me calling up i1rs. Stott, and then tearing away from the house in quest of further medical help, haunted, every-stop I took, by the memory of that owful presence, the nmre sight of which had stricken down one of us in the midst of his buying, and bargaining, and boasting. I had done it-I had raised that ghost-I had brought that man to his death; and as I fled through the night, innocent as 1 had been of the thought of such a catastrophe, I understood what Cain must have felt when he went out to live with the brand of murderer upon him. But the man was not dead; though he lay for hours as one from whom life had departed, he did not d...
Lambton Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Lambtonl Munlcipfl.CouRcil. above Council was held on Tdesday even ing hast. Present: The Mayor, Alder men Maddison, Maddock, Shoesmith, Hinmlbrs, Ridley, aid Screen. .The minutes of last meeting were read asid confirmed. CORsESPONDENCE. The usual outgoing correspondevce was read and~ approved of. Letter reaod fros the Water Supply Committee, Newcastle, with reference to the proposed schemie for supplying Nny castle and suburban towns with water. Alderman ]?[xDDoctt moved that the letter be received, and that the Caunsil co-operate with the other Couneils, and that the Mayor and one aldermas be appointed to represent this Council at the proposed Conference. Seconded by Alderman SCRnEc. Alderman Hu'osmA.usen moved that the receipt of the letter be acknowledged, and that the Neswcostle Water Comnuittee be informed that thn Lambton Council can not entertertain the qoestion it its present form. He thought that it was simpossible to supply the miing tuenships with water as proposed, and ...
The Intercolonial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
T"'e listercolonial Exhibition. i:,. S(IROM TUsSDAT'S ERaLLD.) IT would be of some interest.to knowi the exiict number of persons who were' present at the recent Intercolonial Exlhil ition in Alfred Parlk,\but itis im possible to arrive at an accurate compu tation, since there is no record kept of those in attendance beyond the numbers of the ontside public, who pay for admie sion, pond pass throug the turnstiles. The nmembers of the association, the exhibitors, and the numbers of persons in charge of the exhibits pass in with out being counted, and it is only possible to form a very rough estimate of their numbers. It is curtain, how ever, that during the first week there must have been several thousands of persons present, who were admitted without. passing through the turnstiles, ineluding the little army of attendants in chbrgr of the horsecs, cattle, and other. itockj The recor> ad attendance of ;the general public was very- good.aind'has' probably never 'been' equalled at a...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
A;nswcers to Corresp?otidents. '3W. L." asob--"Now that the Mlinoer' liill hon pcooed, oronlooio~lg thle roioeeo onceI orootli to roapeet .the ooli eoy'thoF-wooo-o. lcothooeeoY bank?1 ..-_.bllice reatinctg on thle rndoe f v'eatila~iing , be g&t Yzr.:.?op~oonoon's Converonatton on :.?".-3i.ons, Walfloend," asob whether leo intend to point thoekwole or thoiteo~w V?eotilationl Bill that , knasjonthbeen to.-aod, ifnoettwooo'-ecnnit hoe r obuaeed t A~lJiooo wi~ll oehyoor ln?eo of to-?toy thotove haveopubliehedl tho hilt inoenteooo, ond ahna in noeb n foeno an will cinahls it hereafter to hooocdononitrbie'for rofoedonee ... "Othoco?, loamilton," oasks "II. thor the late o."fr IlenocltioEeroznn 1'oreter, Colleey Viiewet, inl the liorthc of uoglnod~w aoo inocernln hs?outh ]" 2'. 1,oontoeroeredo hci? timeototho prooleon ofa eolilees3 ioewer,nnodocaft toooioiitoredoann? elt " A .lt.coo" nakr-"Wb~t doe foar doenet nod nine •_?oonnt ot oribbego l"--Twenty. "Ml'exnr."-Volunteer nod 'Ioog...
REV. MR. THACKERAY. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
REV. Mn. THAOKERAY.-The writer of " Odds and Ends," in the Sisyleton Aepns says .-"Mr. Robertsoo disposed of .the ques tions se 11r Thackhray very emily. tie said, in ao aiver to the first, that 7or. Thackeray was tot in the public service; and, 'as for the rost, the Government had nothing whatrevr to do cirththem. Mr. (Hlhrtley) Hurloy, therefore, wins unfotunate in his first batch of queries. A volume night ho written on the absurdieies of 4uoctions asked by our resrsenttivb mon5 many ,f whom are prompted by no better onotiva than: idle biuridsity. What apisy iJis that there are so few biographers of usr publie lnminarisl 'Theto.ia suoha capital field: for the true scrib. blino geniun." ~se New Zealand Herald eays tho new' coal from the 'Wongarci coal raino appears 'td conuisand readytieo.i 'Two nmore oeargos have arrived during the past few daysc but the supply is hardly equal'to the demand. The' seam, of coal in' the 'sVhauwhau mince impyoves in quality as each ton is taken out,...
Miners' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Ifllimes' Deaasomistrantlom, Ae already reqssently mentioned by u'e) the demonstration under the anspreasoft the Miners' &ssuciation of the Hunter River District, takes place in Newcastle to-day, and if the weather only prove favourable,, this, ,will ,undoubtedly: be one of the most successful gatherings ever held in Northumberland. The General;Seqretary informs us thqt there are 2450 bonaJide miners in the district, ,bodi..cs wheelers, lahourers, &e., em ployed about the collieries, who.:cann be put down at about another 1000. The benefits of the agreement now in existence are acknowledged by all par ties concirned, and we treat that both; masters and men will show their appre ciation of it by being, present at the demonstration to celebratr itt inaugura tion. There has been nothing wanting on the part of the District Officers to make the demonstration a succes, and as a provision for a wet day, arrange ments have been thoughtfully made with Mr. 13. N. Jones (Mr. Jo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
A E, 10 ,PSORTS , Id coninection with tl" , 'O P EN IN G 'PR0'fESTAlNT'fHAL'L1 it O' 0.T4u MAY , the above Lodges intend holdin " :.'; ATHLETId SPORT . Is TOE ,,.. - occasion. " . . . . Kindii fotf -u c., , ''T . .rR o, ,-. e, , tiar.;" the; 'i'zA * .in,. ..R0QIIA~tdME :,'?. let Grand Handicap Race, for all-emrners', 160 yod6~ t-beTuorn-divi?tonif-First p?hr' £10 ; second prizen'.ee l thlr?i?ze, 10i. Entrance, -s First division to start at 12 a ela olocboon . d 12 20d Sl..ira,1d IBainlcpRo,.o te0r Member1 oftth, Orand g oi a ati.it ro? " ,,Pri ' s p o'and'd' Oriigg Sir.' I trance, s "d]." 3ria Youths'" RIce, vdedri16' years, 100 yards. I, dist price, los; qecond. 2o6di Entrance, ,th -Apple. .Rseer.dpiobin..uef fifty sppl~e j secondp?rie,lOs ,entrance s. I -a 5~s Thron • Crsclea 1s o Pr ie 6th-.koh Veultin"YHandicep rze, £1; el/ond? 10sn entrance ls ..... --ihrow l th lamiien Firstproce..£[ S usting the Bellman,!,l?d. per blow, and final.Ftcholoteh ditlona named on the ground;,entran...
Mr. McElhone and Mr. W. Byrnes. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
Mr. McElIhone and Mr.'1 Byrnes. Teie action of Mr. MoELUoS. in moVing the adjournment of the House, for' the purpose of calling attention to a letter in the Sydney Mornitig Herald, signed by a Mr. WV. lMsReNs, ju*,-,in swhioh the writer defended himself from s'undry aspersions made by the I honorable" member, in his place in *the Housea diiservcs only to be spoken of in terms of the most unmitigated contempt hby every respectable person fi' tlio colony. Other circumstances have prevented our callieig fuller attention in this coluoisn to this piece of .Parliamentary snobbism before, bnt we consider that we should be scandalously remiss in our duty, did we fail to enter our protest against'smich an abuse .of IParliamentary privilege .as that committed by, Mr. McEfLuoNo on the occasion referred to. In the first place, Mr. MoELsuQo htied taken a decided and unmanly advantage of his position in the House, to abuse an in dividual wh)q had no other means of de fending leiolseif than throug...
Newcastle Jockey Club. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
NewcaStle J:bckyClub," AUTUMN MEETING. TnE following weights wvero dodlooodilast evo 01ng:- fSoIrs H?timiA?-l -IILK. t., Ib. it. lb. Sunlight ...... 9 3 Bowstring ..... 7 4 Valetta... ... 8 10 Shaeoc ... „: 7 ! 0 Brunswick . 8 7 Whilobopo ..,. 9' Sunnyside .... 8 3 esatLyiut ..L....l4" L' -Exoa ...... 8 2 WO ..... 2 'Athos ..... ;;.' 7, 12. v ,. .Iv ...,.. ,,.-:j 0 SJackyDodd: .. ... 5 7 NeOwliiTho .0J. HAIIAWniC'p.- U90i. 1. * at Ib lt Ib Sunlight ...... 8 8 Sunnysldo ...... 7 0 ValettaColt ... ... B ... ..k . . Brunswick .... 82 Ec ... ... Athos ......... 7 12 do. . Mli Kigton 7 10 Chance ... 9 r Bolo na . ... 7 10 .o.... FBnE HANDICAP.-ljt 2lo. t, lbs. ,, at. Ibs. Sunlight ... ... 0 Shamrock ... 6 12 Voaltta Colt ... 8 7 'Whalobone... 0 irunswick ... B '4 Zwa ... - IV 0.; 2 Sunnysido ..... 7'1 EtLynn . 0 Kison... 7 11 Whitooo ... 12 xprea ... 10Negreaa .. ... .10. Athos.. . . 7 10 Iy .. .. ' Bowstring ... 0 Jockey Dodd . 7 CITY IANDICAPjLI MOO. at. lb. st. lb. Sunlight ......8 12...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 20 May 1876
ItorLOWAv's JOnrr?aet AnO. reros.--Cheso and stomach coroplaint.w-The cotrcotned centre of almoat-overy ailment io imprity of the blood; dislodge thi poison, ano doeaseo departs. Hollow ay' Pilla exercise the ineoimnablo puwer of thoroobhly aleansing each component part of the blood, and roodering this tluid lit to pr. form ito imoprtant fonetione. They cope mosot .adccessfully with cheat diseases, atomanch coom plaintl, liaerdsorders, and many othe, malelien, iehich were once the .besetting dangers of man kind ad iortin aeasono in town and country, The directions for use enable everyone to regro late the operation of thioe Pillh with tie greatest nicety Chronic invalida, nervouo aocferera, and all whom other treatment has Oiled to retiev,, are rer.pectt;lly invited to try Hlollowy's celehrated medicine, whinh will alrengthen and cure them. 49 A Yankee editor hor placed oycr his onar riegea cut rneresoenting a large trap oprung, with this motto-- The trap down-anotho." niranoy caugh...